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  1. Instagram @ajg232 With these SDCC exclusives Hasbro really seems to be celebrating the new guard and the old in the galaxy far far away. From the 6 inch Black Series Line we get the preview of the Sith Trooper from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. With a very strong follow up we’ll also be getting a look at a wonderful Luke Skywalker figure 3 Pack from the Vintage Collection 3.75 inch line. Both are great pieces for reasons both shared and unique. Sith Trooper: Star Wars The Black Series. Not much is known, as of yet, about this strikingly red stormtrooper. There is a bit of a blurb from Lucasfilm that can be found here and there on various fan sites. All that is to really be gleamed from it is that these stormtroopers are of a class all their own, under Kylo Ren, and that they have some sort of association with the Sith and the dark side of the force. On the surface there’s not much going on but it leaves fans with plenty to be excited about in the build up. For my money I’d say that throw away line in ep.7 about the First Order using a clone army might not be quite so insignificant. If the theorizing doesn’t hook you on this new trooper installment then maybe you can be won by sheer cool factor of which this figure has tons. Before you even get into the figure itself it should be said that it comes with an absolute arsenal of ranged and melee weapons alike. On the ranged side of things the new trooper comes with two medium sized rifles (One with a stock and one with a scope) along with what must be the sci fi fantasy equivalent of a mini gun. For beating up on all the Jedi scum our guy has a way cool reverse grip sword along with a similarly reverse gripped pincer of some kind. The only real negative in the accessories is how cumbersome the mini gun handle can be on whatever you deem to be the dominant hand. If you really want that guy toting full fire power the hand will be stretched to accommodate. Not the end of the world but a minor nitpick in this big pile of cool. One huge positive that might just be to my own taste is just how well he holds all the other weapons and that the tabbed leg holster functions perfectly. It’s very often the case that a figure can be pushed into the “great” category when the grip on the accessories is fully realized and when you don’t want it their there’s someplace to hold onto it. Now the accessories are very cool on this Sith Trooper but there’s something that’s a little more shocking on this figure. The articulation on this trooper far exceeds all expectations I had for an armored character. Did our guy drop his sword before he finished the fight? Well, it’s a good thing Hasbro made him a Tae Kwon Do black belt too. All joking aside the articulation is far better than I could’ve imagined. The torso joint isn’t revolutionary but to be honest if I tried to call it “limited” that just wouldn’t be an applicable adjective. The shoulders are equipped with butterfly joints. If you team this up with the deep cut single joint elbows all shapes and sizes of gun play are no problem. The legs are leaps and bounds better than I would’ve guessed by looking at the armor. The hips go way up just short of 90 degrees and the knees bend all the way back. Obviously, by the picture, the hips go way out to the side as well. The hands have a vertical gun style hinge the same way you’d want it in any trooper. Admittedly the head doesn’t move much with just a 360 horizontal swivel. The feet hinge in and out with a good ankle pivot the way all 20$ figure feet should nowadays. It should also be mentioned that the Sith Trooper doesn’t have anything particularly crazy going on in the scale department. He goes pretty well with everyone you’d want him to be in scale with. This figure can honestly be best summed up by the fact that it’s striking visually but secretly it’s impressively functional. If you want all the extra weapons I wouldn’t dissuade you from getting this SDCC version but when the standard rerelease comes through the articulation will still make that trooper into a whole lot of figure. Luke Skywalker 3 Pack: Star Wars The Vintage Collection Now, admittedly this pack holds a bit more nostalgia in many cases. Celebrating 3 iconic looks for arguably the greatest fantasy hero of all time this 3 pack is fantastic. What we have is Luke’s Death Star 1 stormtrooper disguise, the X-Wing pilot jumpsuit, and his Jedi Knight getup from the beginning of Return of the Jedi. Unlike the Sith Trooper just about everything that can be known is well known when it concerns the “son of Skywalker”. This is also my first look at the face printing technology being applied to the 3.75 inch figures and I have to say that it’s impeccable. Let’s start in simply with accessories. Each figure comes with a small set of their own accessories. Starting with trooper Luke he comes with the standard E11 blaster and the helmet to finish his armor. One thing that should be pointed out is that trooper Luke does have the holster for the E11 on the back of his belt and even though the thing is hollowed out and ready to go it really doesn’t seem like it's designed to actually hold the gun. With a good push it seems you can get the blaster a little less than halfway in. A little annoying but it’s small potatoes for a figure this good. Next we’ll look at X-Wing Luke. Very simply, he comes with a simple DL-44 blaster that he grips perfectly and his wonderful pilot helmet that we’ll talk more about in just a bit. Now the gun doesn’t have a spot to be holstered so that’s a bit annoying but nothing truly detrimental. Now what’s great about his pilot helmet is that it’s made of a very rubbery adaptive plastic. It makes the helmet unintentionally modular and great for other figures therein. If you wanna take your ROTJ Luke and do the 30 seconds of screen time with Luke leaving Tatooine to seek out Yoda on Dagobah, for the 2nd time then look no further. It’s very doable. Speaking of ROTJ Luke let’s talk about him. He’s the only Luke of the 3 to come with a lightsaber (His green saber to be specific). In addition to this he has the blaster he yanked off one of Jabba’s goons along with what is possibly the best soft goods I’ve seen Hasbro produce to date. The blaster fits in his right hand with no problem. The lightsaber goes in both without issue. Luke’s Jedi cloak is stitched in some way, shape, or form that makes it hug to his head in the exact right way. It’s truly impressive. Just to get it out of the way the faces on all three of these Lukes are magnificent. The old time GI Joe faces are officially a thing of the past. In terms of articulation each stands in a category all their own. All have good ball jointed heads with the exception of X-Wing Luke with a two sided ball joint and some magnificent head movement as opposed to being simply good. All have tried and true hinged shoulders with good reliably deep single joint elbows. All have hinged hands with the exception of trooper Luke who’s relying only on the 360 degree swivel. Both X-Wing and trooper Luke have good deep torso articulation with the feature being absent on ROTJ Luke though it’s admittedly not very missed. All but Pilot Luke have a waist swivel. Now getting down to the hips They all start the same where it’s a rotating hinge that you move in the right direction and then hinge in your preferred direction. Exceptionally, Pilot Luke also sports a slightly clumsy thigh swivel. Beyond that all 3 figures go down to some single joint knees and hinged feet. On the whole very well articulated. Some particularly good articulation comes from trooper Luke. The next time Vader is looking to aggressively hide an apprentice’s existence it’s important to note that trooper Luke does fine with some Gears of War crouches. Hasbro also made him a Tae Kwon Do black belt... for the good it will do him. For scale there’s not much to be surprised about with these 3 figures. Here we have the 3 up against a c3po from the Revenge of the Sith line along with a 5 inch Batman and a Pizza Spider-Man. Besides some points of articulation there’s not much that’s shocking when it comes to these 3 figures. All the same these 3 figures are great and classic in all the right ways. If you ever see any of these figures either single packed or in this great 3 pack I would highly recommend that you do yourself the favor.
  2. I only know one truth, It's time for the Jedi to End! Here's your look at the Hot Toys Star Wars The Last Jedi Luke Skywalker Sixth Scale Figure Deluxe Version! Click the link to Check out the Full Review! https://youtu.be/gtIAxy1FuWM
  3. . . . all these cycles later, Luke's mind still drifted back to his youth. Something always seemed to tug at him in his quiet moments. The droids, Ben, his choice to stay and help his Uncle. Some kind of force, deep inside of him, haunting him. Telling him that he had taken the wrong path . . .
  4. Here at Jedi Insider, we want to spotlight awesome Toy Photographyfrom some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. Today, we are spotlighting "Master Skywalker, Is This Really Necessary?" by Shooting The Galaxy. Be sure to Give Shooting The Galaxy a follow on Instagram and let him know what you think of his work in the comments below. If you'd like to be considered to have your work featured, if you haven't already, join the Toynewsi forums, and post your work in the Toy Photography section.
  5. Luke Skywalker leads his squadron against armored Imperial walkers in the Battle of Hoth.Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures is a series of animated shorts celebrating the characters and stories of a galaxy far, far away, featuring a bright and colorful art style, exciting action, and insight into the saga's greatest themes!
  6. This week's custom is a Black Series ANH Luke Skywalker Head Swapby Faint Of Heartsby Faint of Hearts"Skin tone matches, but the ball peg on Landspeeder Luke is alot smaller so it wont fit on naturally without some reworking, but looks good once you fix up the peg or peg hole to match." Check out the image(s) of their custom below in our GALLERY!Click here if you would like to submit your own custom figure(s) to be displayed on JediInsider.com, and be sure to check out our Custom Forum section, where you can discuss and show off your work among other customizers.
  7. Go Green To Support The ARC Of Pennsylvania! Whether you’re Irish or prefer to hang out with your little green friend on Dagobah, luck will be with you if you purchase a Luke Skywalker charity medallion to help support The ARC of Pennsylvania.For only $12.50 shipped in the US (International shipping available) you can bring home a limited edition Luke Skywalker medallion. With an edition size of 1000 pieces, and fully approved by Lucasfilm, this medallion will be a fun addition to your collection while proceeds from sales will benefit your friends in Pennsylvania who require advocacy services, early intervention, housing, home-care assistance, day support, respite and job training as well as both children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities - including Down syndrome, autism, and cerebral palsy.The ARC of Pennsylvania, based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania has 33 chapters throughout the state, and is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.You can place your orders now at pswcs.com/charity.cfmAbout the Pennsylvania Star Wars Collecting SocietyThe Pennsylvania Star Wars Collecting Society was formed in 2000 to bring together collectors living in and around Pennsylvania. Club members use an email list and monthly meetings to keep in touch and share their love of the hobby surrounding the Star Wars™ films. They began their charity work in 2003 by holding annual toy drives and expanded in 2009 with the sale of their first Lucasfilm approved Star Wars™ collectible medallion. More information can be found on the web at www.pswcs.com.About PSWCS.orgPSWCS.org was founded in 2013 and received IRS status as a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in November 2014. The goal of PSWCS.org is to raise monetary donations to help charitable organizations in Pennsylvania and surrounding states. More information can be found on the web at www.pswcs.org. About The ARC of PennsylvaniaThe Arc of Pennsylvania promotes the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes. The organization represents the nearly 200,000 people living in Pennsylvania with intellectual and developmental disabilities - including Down syndrome, autism, and cerebral palsy- as well as their family members and friends.The Arc of Pennsylvania is a leading resource for information on issues that impact individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It has a statewide presence through their affiliation with 33 local chapters. Their state office coordinates strategic, grassroots advocacy efforts; provides policy analysis and trainings; and implements the statewide Include Me and the Arc Discovery Employment Transitions (ADEPT) programs that serve children and adults. Their local chapters provide a variety of critical services, including advocacy services, Early Intervention, housing, home-care assistance, day supports, respite and job training.
  8. First post here guys! @ShootingtheGalaxy on IG as well Rebel Alert
  9. This is the SWAG you are looking for…Celebration Swag is everywhere! Everyone hunts for swag…and some of the best is trade-only! Don’t want to miss out on some of the most fun? Then make sure your pockets are filled with Celebration-worthy PSWCS.org coins so you don’t miss out on the Swag trade of your dreams! This is the swag people will hunt you down for!The Pennsylvania Star Wars Collecting Society (PSWCS) and The ARC of Pennsylvania have teamed up to produce Luke Skywalker charity medallions, which are now available to purchase. This exclusive collectible has a limited run, so be sure to get yours today before they disappear. Each medallion is $10.30 plus shipping in the US (international shipping available) and all proceeds benefit The ARC of Pennsylvania. Order yours today so that you have everything you need before Celebration!!!!The ARC of Pennsylvania, based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania has 33 chapters throughout the state, and is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. They provide advocacy services, early intervention, housing, home-care assistance, day supports, respite and job training for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities - including Down syndrome, autism, and cerebral palsy. They also provide support services for their family members and friends.The limited-edition medallion is fully approved by Lucasfilm and has an edition size of 1000 pieces. Each medallion features the likeness of Luke Skywalker on the front, along with the date and the name of the charity, The ARC of Pennsylvania. The back features the PSWCS logo.You can place your orders now at pswcs.com/charity.cfm About the Pennsylvania Star Wars Collecting SocietyThe Pennsylvania Star Wars Collecting Society was formed in 2000 to bring together collectors living in and around Pennsylvania. Club members use an email list and monthly meetings to keep in touch and share their love of the hobby surrounding the Star Wars™ films. They began their charity work in 2003 by holding annual toy drives and expanded in 2009 with the sale of their first Lucasfilm approved Star Wars™ collectible medallion. More information can be found on the web at www.pswcs.com.About PSWCS.orgPSWCS.org was founded in 2013 and received IRS status as a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in November 2014. The goal of PSWCS.org is to raise monetary donations to help charitable organizations in Pennsylvania and surrounding states. More information can be found on the web at www.pswcs.com.About The ARC of PennsylvaniaThe Arc of Pennsylvania promotes the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes. The organization represents the nearly 200,000 people living in Pennsylvania with intellectual and developmental disabilities - including Down syndrome, autism, and cerebral palsy- as well as their family members and friends.The Arc of Pennsylvania is a leading resource for information on issues that impact individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It has a statewide presence through their affiliation with 33 local chapters. Their state office coordinates strategic, grassroots advocacy efforts; provides policy analysis and trainings; and implements the statewide Include Me and the Arc Discovery Employment Transitions (ADEPT) programs that serve children and adults. Their local chapters provide a variety of critical services, including advocacy services, Early Intervention, housing, home-care assistance, day supports, respite and job training.
  10. Here at Jedi Insider, we want to spotlight awesome Toy Photography from some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. Today, we are spotlighting Rebel Jawa's photo of the S.H. Figuart's The Last JediLuke Skywalker figure. Be sure to Give Rebel Jawa a follow on Instagram and let them know what you think of their work in the comments below.If you'd like to be considered to have your work featured, if you haven't already, join the Toynewsi forums, and post your work in the Toy Photography section.
  11. Here at Jedi Insider, we want to spotlight awesome Toy Photographyfrom some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. Today, we are spotlighting "Jedi Master" by Jedi Journal Be sure to Give Jedi Journal a follow on Instagram and let them know what you think of their work in the comments below.If you'd like to be considered to have your work featured, if you haven't already, join the Toynewsi forums, and post your work in the Toy Photography section.
  12. Here at Jedi Insider, we want to spotlight awesome Toy Photography from some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. Today, we are spotlighting The Black Series Archive Luke Skywalker (X-Wing Pilot) by Toyzlife Be sure to Give Toyzlife a follow on Instagram and let them know what you think of their work in the comments below.If you'd like to be considered to have your work featured, if you haven't already, join the Toynewsi forums, and post your work in the Toy Photography section.
  13. Are there any differences between the original release of the Black Series Luke Skywalker (X-Wing Pilot) from 2013 and the new Black Series Archive repack? Check out this review by erivera94 to find out,This figure is now available @ BigBadToyStore.If you would like to see your Star Wars review(s) featured on Jedi Insider, head over to the Toy News International forums, and post in the Toy Reviews section for consideration.
  14. A fun setup for this shot. The Face on this Archive Luke is much better in my opinion.
  15. Luke Skywalker faces the evil Darth Vader in a duel, but finds it difficult to defeat him!Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures is a series of animated shorts celebrating the characters and stories of a galaxy far, far away, featuring a bright and colorful art style, exciting action, and insight into the saga's greatest themes!
  16. Here at Jedi Insider, we want to spotlight awesome Toy Photographyfrom some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. Today, we are spotlighting Rebel Jawa's photo of the S.H. Figuarts The Last Jedi Luke Skywalker. Be sure to Give Rebel Jawa a follow on Instagram and let them know what you think of their work in the comments below.If you'd like to be considered to have your work featured, if you haven't already, join the Toynewsi forums, and post your work in the Toy Photography section.
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